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Montana-Dakota Utilities Agree to Terms for Electricity Dispatch and Scheduling Services for Crownbutte’s Gascoyne I Wind Project

Crownbutte Wind Power and Montana-Dakota Utilities have agreed to the terms for electricity dispatch and scheduling services for the Gascoyne I wind project.

Montana-Dakota Utilities, under this agreement, will meter and dispatch the generated electricity from Crownbutte’s 19.5 megawatt Gascoyne I wind project in Bowman County, North Dakota. The electricity that is generated will be sold in the Midwest ISO locational marginal price market, which is a real time and pricing-node-based electricity market.

Crownbutte Wind Power, based in North Dakota is a developer of merchant wind parks possessing an existing pipeline of more than 640 MW of projects. These projects are in different developmental stages and are spread across Montana, South Dakota and North Dakota. These projects have been sized by Crownbutte to enable them to perfectly fit into the existing power grid requiring only minimum transmission system upgrades. The projects can be brought online much sooner in comparison with the large projects that require new transmission lines.

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